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Christ Killers: The Jews and the Passion From the Bible to the Big Screen. - Cohen, Jeremy.
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[EAN: 9780195178418], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Oxford University Press, Oxford], ENGLISH LANGUAGE CHRISTIAN ANTI-SEMITISM FILM HISTORY, Religion|Christianity|General, Religion|Christianity|Literature, Religion|Christianity|Mormonism, Religion|Christianity|Theology|Christology, Religion|Christianity|Theology|History, Religion|Judaism|General, Jacket, Octavo in dust jacket, x, 313 pp., b/w images, suggestions for further reading and notes, bibliography, index "The New Testament accounts of Jesus' crucifixion have stood at the bedrock of Christianity since its birth in the 1st century, and they remain among the essential foundations of Western culture in the 21st. These Gospel narratives of the Passion--the arrest, trial, scourging, and execution of Jesus--cast the Jews as those responsible, directly and indirectly, for the death of their messiah and the son of God. For their part the Jews have borne the cross of the responsibility for this heinous crime ever since.Jeremy Cohen's purpose is not to explain the death of Jesus, condemn anyone for it, or exonerate anyone for it. He contends that the identification of the Jews as Christ-killers has functioned as an edifying myth for the Christian community. Its importance lies not in its truth or falsity, but in the spiritual truth that believers have found in it. In this book, he explores the fascinating career of this myth.Cohen tracks the image of the Jew as the murderer of the messiah and God from its origins to its most recent expressions. He uncovers the remarkably far-ranging impact this myth has exercised on Western culture in all its breadth: from religion to politics, from philosophy to literature, from the visual to the performing arts. Ultimately, he shows that what we learn from this history has much to do with those who told and received the myth but little to do with its main characters (Jesus, Judas, the high priests of the Temple, Pilate, and the Jews of Jerusalem). A great deal has been written about Christian anti-Semitism, its roots, and its horrific consequences in world history. This is the first book, however, to focus on the powerful myth that has driven so much murderous hatred. An important addition to the literature on Jewish-Christian relations, it should appeal to a wide variety of readers in both communities." OUP copy.

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Christians believe that Christ''s death redeems and forgives. Yet the same blood shed on the cross has been used to stain Jews with lasting, incomparable guilt. The gospel narratives of the Passion cast the Jews as responsible, directly and indirectly, for the death of the Son of God. Thestigma of Christ killer-the notion that all Jews, at all times and in all places, share in the collective responsibility for the Crucifixion-has plagued Jews ever since and is the source of much Christian anti-Semitism. Jeremy Cohen traces the Christ-killer myth from ancient times to the present day, touching on the Gospels and their roots in Hebrew Scripture, Mel Gibson''s The Passion of the Christ, and much in between. The greatest of the church fathers, the Crusades, the notorious blood libels of the MiddleAges, the reforms of the Second Vatican Council, Christian mysticism, art, and popular piety, Passion plays, and modern film all have a place in this well-documented, richly illustrated volume. Cohen seeks neither to explain Jesus'' death nor to pass judgment on anyone for it, but rather to understand how the identification of Jews as Christ killers has functioned as an edifying myth for the Christian community. His insightful analysis reveals the deep spiritual truth believers find inthis aspect of the Passion story while simultaneously uncovering the remarkably far-reaching impact it has exercised on the Western world.Cohen combines religious, historical, and political perspectives to understand how the Christ-killer myth has become a dominant factor in the way Christians and Jews perceive each other. While a great deal has been written about Christian anti-Semitism, its roots, and its horrific consequences,this is the first volume to provide an in-depth examination of the powerful story that has fueled the fires behind the hatred. Jeremy Cohen, Books, Religion and Spirituality, Christ Killers: The Jews and the Passion from the Bible to the Big Screen Books>Religion and Spirituality, Oxford University Press

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Christians believe that Christ's death redeems and forgives. Yet the same blood shed on the cross has been used to stain Jews with lasting, incomparable guilt. The gospel narratives of the Passion cast the Jews as responsible, directly and indirectly, for the death of the Son of God. The stigma of "Christ killer"-the notion that all Jews, at all times and in all places, share in the collective responsibility for the Crucifixion-has plagued Jews ever since and is the source of much Christian anti-Semitism. Jeremy Cohen traces the Christ-killer myth from ancient times to the present day, touching on the Gospels and their roots in Hebrew Scripture, Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ, and much in between. The greatest of the church fathers, the Crusades, the notorious blood libels of the Middle Ages, the reforms of the Second Vatican Council, Christian mysticism, art, and popular piety, Passion plays, and modern film all have a place in this well-documented, richly illustrated volume. Cohen seeks neither to explain Jesus' death nor to pass judgment on anyone for it, but rather to understand how the identification of Jews as Christ killers has functioned as an edifying "myth" for the Christian community. His insightful analysis reveals the deep spiritual truth believers find in this aspect of the Passion story while simultaneously uncovering the remarkably far-reaching impact it has exercised on the Western world. Cohen combines religious, historical, an christian books and bibles,christianity,church history,education and reference,history,jesus,judaism,mormonism,religion and spirituality,religious Judaism, Oxford University Press

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In this first book to focus on the myth that the Jews were responsible, directly and indirectly, for the death of Jesus Christ, Cohen explores the fascinating career of this myth, as he tracks the image of the Jew as the murderer of the messiah and God from its origins to its most recent expressions. 30 halftones.

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 0195178416
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: OXFORD UNIV PR
313 Seiten
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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